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Fun Facts About Bears in Yellowstone

Fun Facts About Bears in Yellowstone

One of the best parts of visiting Yellowstone National Park is seeing wild animals up close. When you’re here, you can see bears, elk, moose, wolves, bison, and otters in their natural habitats. While you’re here, take a driving tour through the park with Yellowstone Bear World, a wildlife park that gives you the opportunity to safely view and photograph free-roaming animals. Yellowstone Bear World offers an educational experience appropriate for all...

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Don’t Miss the Curator Tours at Yellowstone Bear World

Don’t Miss the Curator Tours at Yellowstone Bear World

A trip to Yellowstone National Park should be on everyone’s “bucket list” of places to see during their lifetime. The scenery, sights and natural phenomenons seen at Yellowstone National Park are unlike any you can see on the entire planet. Everyone always hopes to see Yellowstone wildlife during their trip through the park but that does not always happen. But isn’t that the point? Too see the animals? Many people head to Yellowstone to see the incredible...

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Don’t Fear the Bears, Learn About Them!

Don’t Fear the Bears, Learn About Them!

Growing up, kids are afraid of a lot of things…sharks, spiders, the dark and also popular on that list—bears. Some children have nightmares about bears and grow up with a real phobia of them, even fearing outdoor, mountain adventures just in case there is an off chance, one in a million bear encounter. Bears are a beautiful, majestic animal and if you understand them, there is no need to fear them. If you have a child who is chronically afraid of bears, one...

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Animals and the Solar Eclipse

Animals and the Solar Eclipse

In just a few days we will have had a total solar eclipse pass right through Rexburg. Millions of people are making the trip to see the once in a lifetime event of watching the moon cover the sun in totality. There is another once in a lifetime event right here is Rexburg. You can come to Yellowstone Bear World where you can see all of the largest Yellowstone animals from grey wolves to the mighty grizzly bear. You will be stunned at the majesty of these amazing...

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Kid Friendly Fun at Yellowstone Bear World

Kid Friendly Fun at Yellowstone Bear World

Yellowstone Bear World is the perfect place to give your children experiences they will never forget. When it comes to day trips or vacations, giving your child memories that will leave a lasting impact on them is priceless. That is just the sort of adventure your family will be talking about for years. At Yellowstone Bear World, you can participate in exciting activities, enjoy the beautiful park and be up close views with some of nature’s most spectacular animals....

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You Won’t Miss out at Yellowstone Bear World

You Won’t Miss out at Yellowstone Bear World

Imagine spending the time and money to visit Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Parks, and realize you’ve missed out on the iconic wildlife. Having your family see grizzly bears, black bears, wolves, elk, moose, bison, deer, and mountain goats is part of the adventure. Unfortunately, seeing wildlife at a National Park is all about being in the right place at the right time. At Yellowstone Bear World, you can be at the right place at any time. That’s right. All of...

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The Bear Necessity

The Bear Necessity

Did you know that a grizzly bear is an omnivore? Although they will eat meat, more than 75% of their diet consists of nuts, leaves, roots, fruit, and berries. When food is plentiful, a grizzly bear can eat up to 90 pounds in a single day. There is a reason why they have to eat so much. When winter arrives they will be spending the cold months sleeping in a state of hibernation. They will be using the fat stored in their bodies to survive the winter. How to Make Amazing...

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What’s the Difference Between Black Bears and Grizzly Bears?

What’s the Difference Between Black Bears and Grizzly Bears?

Knowing the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear might seem a little tricky since both bears bear (no pun intended) some similarities. Visiting Yellowstone, you will see many Yellowstone animals on your drive or when you reach Yellowstone Bear World. Seeing a bear in the distance, you might be unsure which bear you are looking at. By educating yourself on the differences, you can avoid confusion. Colors and size Despite its name, black bears are not...

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The Different Color Phases of Black Bears

The Different Color Phases of Black Bears

You read the title correctly; black bears are not always black in color. In fact, black bears come in more colors than any other North American mammal. In the Eastern United States, the black bear is often black. When you travel into the Western United States, their colors turn to a more brown of cinnamon color. The reason for the color difference is the habitat. In the West, there are large open meadows that are void of trees. The sun beats down on anything that is...

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How you can tell the Difference between a White-tailed and a Mule Deer

How you can tell the Difference between a White-tailed and a Mule Deer

While you spend part of your camping trip to visit Yellowstone Bear World you might begin to wonder what the difference is between a Mule deer and a White-tailed deer. While driving through our 50 acre enclosure, you will see all sorts of wildlife. It will be easy to tell the difference between the bears, elk, wolves, mountain goats, bison, and moose. The two types of deer are a little bit more difficult. Once you know what to look for, you will become a master of...

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